Western Progressive and Power Default, Altisource’s wholly owned trustee subsidiary, processes residential non-judicial foreclosures in California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington and Texas. We leverage best-in-class software, processes, and decades of industry experience to deliver excellent service while complying with statutory time frames for filing and notification. Our foreclosure services include:
- 24-hour client service
- First action within 24 hours of receipt of completed declaration
- Attorney referrals for bankruptcy and eviction
- Automated work-flow / paperless environment
- System integration to Lenders and title companies
- Robust internal quality assurance and Six Sigma methodologies
- High-caliber associates via stringent hiring criteria and superior training practices
- Industry knowledge / United Trustee Association Member / Certified Trustee Sale Officer staff
For more information on our trustee services and to learn how Western Progressive can help improve your foreclosure process, please contact Trustee.Services@Altisource.com.
This site was created as a means to provide general information about pending foreclosure sales so as to create both internal and external efficiencies. The website is not intended to:
- Provide legal advice or legal opinion
- Establish an attorney-client relationship
- Provide investment advice
Users of this site may create printouts of the information contained on this site for personal use only.
IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE PURSUANT TO CA SB 1079, EFFECTIVE 1/1/2021 (CA CIVIL CODE § 2924m)
For foreclosure sale auctions conducted on or after January 1, 2021 with respect to properties containing from one to four residential units, the post-auction bid process described in Civil Code section 2924m may apply. Pursuant to the Civil Code, if you think you may qualify as an “eligible tenant buyer” or “eligible bidder,” you should consider contacting an attorney or appropriate real estate professional immediately for advice regarding the potential right to purchase. All bidders for property subject to Civil Code section 2924m should be aware that there is the potential for the sale auction bidding process to be extended for up to 45 days following the sale auction, and Civil Code section 2924m does not require payment of interest on any bid funds remitted to the foreclosure trustee during the time funds are held by the foreclosure trustee. The disclosure of sale information on this website during the 45-day period following the sale auction as described in Civil Code section 2924m does not constitute a representation that the post-auction bid process in Civil Code section 2924m does apply to the properties listed herein. The post-auction bid process in Civil Code section 2924m does not apply unless the property subject to sale contains one to four residential units and does not apply if a prospective owner occupant is the high bidder at the sale auction pursuant to Civil Code section 2924m(c)(1).